StructEvery()

This function calls a given closure/function with every element in a given struct and returns true, if all of the closure calls returns true.

StructEvery( struct=struct, closure=function, parallel=boolean, maxThreads=number );

Returns: Boolean

Argument Description Default
struct
struct, required

struct to iterate

Alias: structure, object

closure
function, required

function/closure that implements the following constructor

function(key, value, st){}

and returns a boolean value

Alias: function, callback, udf

parallel
boolean, optional

execute closures parallel

maxThreads
number, optional

maximum number of threads executed, ignored when argument "parallel" is set to false

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Examples

Non-Member Function

animals = {
	cow: "moo",
	pig: "oink",
	cat: "meow"
};
// Use StructEvery() to iterate over keys in struct. Closure returns true/false.
allAnimalsAreNoisy = StructEvery(animals, function(key) {
	// If the key has a value return true (noisy animal)
	if (Len(animals[arguments.key])) {
		return true;
	}
	return false;
});
Dump(
	label: "allAnimalsAreNoisy",
	var: allAnimalsAreNoisy
);
// Use StructEvery() to iterate over keys in struct. Closure returns true/false.
allAnimalsAreQuiet = StructEvery(animals, function(key) {
	// If the key is blank return true (quiet animal)
	if (! Len(animals[arguments.key])) {
		return true;
	}
	return false;
});
Dump(
	label: "allAnimalsAreQuiet",
	var: allAnimalsAreQuiet
);

See also